COBRA prevailed 13-9 winners over Llanidloes to be crowned Cambrian Training Mid Wales Cup winners on Saturday.

The Meifod side started brightly in front of a large crowd at Cae Hafren and spurned an early penalty attempt through Will Worthington before the hosts kicked two of their own through Adam Price.

It took some big hits by both defences to prevent any tries being scored before COBRA reduced the arrears just before the break with Worthington kicking a penalty.

A second penalty from Worthington restored parity early in the second-half.

As the half progressed both sides spurned good try scoring opportunities before Price restored Llanidloes’ advantage with his third penalty of the day with just five minutes remaining.

With just seconds remaining a break from the base of the scrum by flanker Lee Hughes led to the touchdown that had the COBRA players jumping for joy with Worthington steering home the conversion to seal glory.

Earlier in the afternoon Welshpool were crowned Cambrian Training Mid Wales Shield winners following a 13-10 win over Builth Wells IIs.

Pool hit the ground running with an early try from No8 Ryan Goodwin, converted by Dan Earle.

Builth upped their tempo and reduced the arrears before the break with a penalty from Kyle Hopkins.

Earle kicked a second penalty early in the second-half but neither side managed to convert their spells of pressure into further points.

However with just two minutes remaining Builth hammered at the Pool line with Rhys Lewis breaking through to touch down with Hopkins’ conversion levelling the score.

Straight from kick-off Pool were awarded a penalty with Earle keeping his composure to slot over the posts and complete a dramatic victory.